What do you think of the stories about otherwise healthy folks dropping dead apparently due to Covid vaxx? I know many people who got vaccinated, some took boosters as well. I've heard about side effects, even serious ones. But, nobody died so far.
So I naturally tend to distrust such info. What about you? Feel free to share!
My dad took the shot Sept. 6 2021. Ten days later he was dead.ReplyDelete
My stepmother took the shot, and died 3 months later.ReplyDelete
One of my friends, businessman and pillar of the community, complained to one of his employees that he felt horrible after his 2nd shot. 3 days later they found him in his shower, dead from a heart attack. He never had a history of heart problems.
I know of a young man who died of a swollen heart after the jab. I have a close relative who died after the shot. And a few young women who miscarried. I count their children among the casualties. It's not a conspiracy theory.ReplyDelete
Eventually, all the data will be released. I'm confident of that.
Anonymous, pick up a handle. Sorry about your dad.ReplyDelete
Rj, sorry about your stepmother. 3 months is a long time though. The 2nd case you mention, sounds like it was vaccine related.ReplyDelete
Elspeth, I've heard about miscarriages, too. Sorry about your relative! I think I was right not to trust the vaccine and I don't think all these side effects are a conspiracy theory. I just (luckily) don't witness anything like it in my own circle of friends and family. We should take care not to to fall for confirmation bias. For instance, a daughter of someone I knew died suddenly at 19 after a night of smoking and drinking coffee. It was years ago and there were no drugs found in her system. A guest preacher who sometimes came to our church collapsed suddenly during a sermon, he was only 34 (they managed to save him). All this happened long before corona...ReplyDelete
BTW, most vaccines are far from harmless. My mother nearly died once after a tetanus shot due to a work-related accident. It's just that in case of polio and tetanus, we are all willing to take a risk, I guess. With corona, not so much...ReplyDelete
I have an older male friend that had avoided the shot, but got it after some badgering. He now has rheumatoid arthritis. A co-worker also has a male friend that took it and now has health issues. Don't take it.ReplyDelete
Texan, I had corona back in March so now I hope that I (still) have natural immunity:) It's just that I keep reading about these massive die-offs but don't witness it irl.ReplyDelete
I had something this past July for a couple of weeks. I had to get some stronger meds after a clinic visit. So far I've avoided a Covid test and the shot.Delete
My husband had to do a home test from his boss, that's how we we certain it was Covid. But honestly, I knew it right away because it just felt different. One of his colleagues had to stay in hospital (and he was vaccinated and boostered, btw, and quite nasty about it) and the hospital made a test and said it was a combination of flu and corona so I guess we all had the same:)ReplyDelete
Hope that you weren't too sick! My parents had all the boosters and were sick like for a month, but doing better now. I only was home for 5 days but felt exhausted weeks afterwards. I hope I won't get it for the 2nd time! My husband wasn't very sick at all, but had to stay home because his boss didn't want him to come back too quickly:) He had to eat separately for a week after.
Personally, no, but I have a very small social circle.ReplyDelete
On the other hand, I have a good friend of many decades who (along with her husband) has a huge social circle due to work, church, school, volunteering, larger extended families, etc. I have lost track of how many stories she has told me of deaths, miscarriages, aggressive cancers out of nowhere, sudden heart problems, etc. Her husband is fairly high up in a large company you would all recognize. He said he has lost track of how many employees were coming and going to funerals because it has been constant and nothing like he's ever seen in decades there.
None of this is normal. Ed Dowd is doing tremendous work crunching the numbers along with the insurance companies.
I see nothing like, this, luckily! May be, people are just in general getting less healthy?ReplyDelete